29th April 2021
Save the Arts Ireland

National Campaign for the Arts seeks further clarity following Government re-opening announcements today

29 April 2021 The National Campaign for the Arts (NCFA) commends Minister Catherine Martin and her Government colleagues for their genuine and tangible efforts to support […]
26th April 2021

Statement from the Steering Committee of the National Campaign for the Arts with regards to the next phase of Government’s reopening of Irish society:

26 April 2021 Statement from the Steering Committee of the National Campaign for the Arts with regards to the next phase of Government’s reopening of Irish […]
1st March 2021

TAX AND FINANCE UPDATE WITH PETER DALY (Recording)

If you missed Peter Daly’s tax update last Thursday 25th February you can watch it back here: Peter Discusses recent announcements by Revenue and how they might […]
25th February 2021

TAX AND FINANCE UPDATE WITH PETER DALY: 25TH FEBRUARY, 2PM.

Join us on Thursday 25th February at 2pm for an update from our resident finance guru, Peter Daly. He will discuss recent announcements by Revenue and how they might […]
17th November 2020

National Campaign for the Arts welcomes the publication of ‘Life Worth Living’ the Report of the Arts & Culture Recovery Taskforce, set up by Minister Catherine Martin.

For immediate release: 17 November 2020 Today’s publication of Life Worth Living represents a further significant step towards the survival, recovery and strengthening of the arts […]
22nd October 2020

Irish Equity Housing Survey

Irish Equity are carrying out a housing survey to establish the impact of the pandemic on artists and arts workers living in the rented sector in […]
13th October 2020

NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR THE ARTS WELCOMES THE SIGNIFICANT INVESTMENT IN ARTISTS, ARTS WORKERS AND ARTS ORGANISATIONS IN BUDGET 2021, THOUGH CONCERNS REMAIN AROUND REDUCED TIERED PUP PAYMENTS

For immediate release: October 13, 2020 Following the presentation of Budget 2021 by Minister Paschal Donohue and Minister Michael McGrath, the National Campaign for the Arts […]
14th September 2020

NCFA 2020 Pre-Budget Submission

September 13, 2020 The full text of the Pre-Budget Submission 2021 can be found here. September 2020 finds us standing on the edge of a precipice, the […]
31st August 2020

NCFA Statement, 31 August 2020

This morning, the National Campaign for the Arts (NCFA) had a very open and constructive meeting with Minister Catherine Martin, Department of Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, […]
21st August 2020

Statement from NCFA in response to the current Government clarification on new measures to limit the spread of Covid-19 with respect to the Cultural sector, issued 20th August, 2020

20 August 2020 With regards to the clarification published on Thursday 20th August 2020 by Government, addressing ‘new measures to limit the spread of Covid-19 with respect to the Cultural […]
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